In the framework of the commemoration of the centenary of the armistice of the First World War, there will be a talk between the directors of the museum Emmanuel Guigon (Picasso Museum), Marko Daniel (Miró Foundation), Anna Ramos (Mies van der Rohe Foundation) and Ferran Barenblit (MACBA) with Rosa Badia (chain journalist SER) as moderator.
In the last 100 years – with the interruption of World War II – culture has become increasingly international and cross-border. Starting from the rich and stimulating legacy of the avant-garde of the 1920s, the conversation among experts will investigate the current panorama, with a focus on plastic arts.
How does European cultural exchange work today? Can a feeling of European relevance through art be promoted? What is the role of the arts to open minds and promote cultural diversity?